The Woman’s Club of Emmaus recently named Andrea Klick as the October 2017 Girl of the Month.
Andrea was recognized for her achievements in journalism.
Andrea, the daughter of Kim and Jonathan Klick, of Macungie, is a senior at Emmaus High School.
Andrea is the editor-in-chief of The Stinger, the EHS newspaper.
The Woman’s Club of Emmaus recently named Julia Norelli as the September 2017 Girl of the Month.
Julia was recognized for her achievements in music.
Julia, the daughter of Wendy Norelli, of Lower Macungie Township, is a senior at Emmaus High School.
The Woman’s Club of Emmaus recently announced Talyn Wimmer as Girl of the Month for January.
Talyn was recognized for achievements in business and computer applications.
The daughter of Todd and Lisa Wimmer, of Macungie, Talyn is a senior at Emmaus High School.
The Woman’s Club of Emmaus recently named Claire Boty as the November 2017 Girl of the Month.
Claire was recognized for her achievements in art.
Claire, the daughter of Thomas and Christine Boty, of Wescosville, is a senior at Emmaus High School.
Claire is active in the EHS Art Club where she helps with decorations for school dances. Her favorite type of art is embroidery which is her focus in Advanced Placement Studio Art. She recently won a Gold Key in the Scholastic Art Awards for this work.
Claire plays the viola in the orchestra.
The Woman’s Club of Emmaus recently named Grace Flood Girl of the Month for February.
Flood was recognized for her achievements in drama.
Grace, the daughter of Amanda Flood, of Macungie, is a senior at Emmaus High School.
Q. In what grade are you currently enrolled?
A. I am currently enrolled in 12th grade at Emmaus High School.
Q. What is your favorite subject? Why?
A. My favorite subject is computer science. I thoroughly enjoy the creative aspects incorporated within the courses as well as the critical thinking required to obtain proficiency in the field of study.
Q. Have you received any special awards or recognition?
“I saw an ad [for the student mascot] on Twitter and I began emailing Mr. Zimmerman...,” Zach, who is identified as being high functioning autistic, explained.
EHS has now gained an enthusiastic mascot and Zach has found a niche.
Encouraged by his parents, Jen and Chris Conner, to become involved in school activities, Zach applied for and obtained the position of mascot on his own. His mother first learned of her son’s new endeavor when the assistant athletic director contacted her. She quoted Zimmerman as saying, “We think he’d be a perfect fit.”